Monthly Archives: October 2019

Brown one of 3 NWAC players top-10 in attack percentage, blocks

October 4, 2019

Danika Brown of Anchorage is one of the best two-way volleyball players in the NWAC. The Edmonds Community College freshman is one of only three players in the college league to rank top-10 in attack percentage and total blocks. Brown, of West High fame, is No. 9 with a .306 attack percentage and No. 9… Read more »

Clifford records first 3-point game in 4-year Whitworth career

October 3, 2019

Anchorage’s Britton Clifford recorded his first three-point game as a college player to lead Whitworth University to a 3-2 win over Puget Sound in Spokane, Washington. The senior midfielder scored in the 16th minute and then added an assist on the second goal in the 18th minute. This was his first multi-point game in 53… Read more »

Williams matches career high with 10 kills for The Master’s

Emilye Grace Williams of Anchorage slammed a career-high 10 kills for The Master’s University volleyball team in a four-set victory over San Diego Christian in California. The 5-foot-11 sophomore outside hitter finished 10-for-21 for a career-high .333 attack percentage as her team She closed the match with four kills in the fourth as The Master’s… Read more »

At different races, Balsan, Theisen earn same result among 300+

October 2, 2019

Anchorage’s Elizabeth Balsan and Kenai’s Jordan Theisen participated in different races in different states but both managed to earn the same result. Balsan of Grand Canyon University placed 20th in a huge women’s field of 322 runners at the Capital Cross Challenge in Sacramento, California. The senior clocked a 6-K time of 21:13.8, shaving more… Read more »

Fahrney outsprints Gonzaga teammates at finish in Minnesota

Anchorage’s Grace Fahrney used a killer kick to outsprint two Gonzaga University teammates to the finish of the Roy Griak Invitational in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She edged by less than a second two Bulldogs at the end of the women’s 6-K race in 22:35.9 to place 40th out of 147 NCAA D1 cross-country runners. She was… Read more »

Miller assists on half of Bellevue’s goals in 6-0 NWAC win

October 1, 2019

Malia Miller of Juneau set up the final three goals in Bellevue College’s 6-0 win over Green River in NWAC women’s soccer. The freshman midfielder assisted on goals in the 64th, 75th and 77th minute. Miller, of Juneau-Douglas High fame, is tied for sixth in the college league with four assists in eight games this… Read more »

VanOrd provides durability for WOU, racks up 80th career point

Anchorage’s Danielle VanOrd brings flash and fundamentals to the soccer field for Western Oregon University. A big-time offensive playmaker who sweats the small stuff, the junior forward has provided durability for the NCAA D2 Wolves of the Great Northwest Athletic Conference. She played all 110 minutes and fired three shots on goal in a 1-1… Read more »